I don’t think this really needs much dialog as the visuals should speak for themselves. However, despite all the mess you see in front of you, they are getting along.
Right now, that’s a victory. I mean there’s no way they could have accomplished this mess without resorting to teamwork.
Great job boys. 🙂
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Looks like my children’s room 🙂 The tv in the background made me think, however. My nephew had some anxiety/ADHD problems. They were advised to cut down on tv time so my sister took the tv to the garage and her boy is much calmer since. Their sensitive nervous system reacts to those background noises and pictures in a way we would not expect. Not sure if it would help anybody else, it helped them.
@genevieve thanks for the suggestion. They actually don’t watch it much. It’s only hooked up to Netflix. The usually stream music.
Looks like my boys room every single day! I swear they get along just long enough to destroy their room and then go back to fighting LOL.
shawneerenee31 if only they could use their powers for good. 🙂